The GoWise 14 Qt is the largest pressure cooker in our comparison, with the ability to handle more than double the amount of food of other pressure cookers while still providing fast cook times.
When we ordered the Midea MY-SS6062 we hoped it would be a rival competitor to the top pressure cooking brands on the market. However, it proved to be a dud. The controls are difficult to use and the manual doesn’t make a lot of sense.
This device is best suited for someone who strictly wants to make simple pressure cooker meals and doesn’t want any frills or extra features and accessories.
The Breville Fast Slow Pro is by far the priciest model in our comparison – it’s more than twice as much as most of the other brands we tested.
This Cosori pressure cooker is a reasonable choice if you plan on cooking for four to six people. It comes with all of the accessories you need to get you started and provides more cooking methods than similar products while still managing to cost less than most of its competitors.
The Gourmia GPC-625 6 Quart is best suited for people who want to do more than simply pressure cook. This 6-quart device offers plenty of cooking methods and food presets to make food preparation easier.
The Black & Decker PR100 is a reliable pressure cooker that can help you cook in a variety of ways. This brand is best when cooking for groups of roughly four to six.
The Power Pressure Cooker XL 6 quart is fine for anyone wanting a simple device that can serve 4-6 people.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued by the manufacturer.